Scrip Roundtable Debate
Adopting Orphans - A Call to Arms for Collaboration Part 2: Patients: the real experts
Rare disease patient advocacy groups have become an important source of funding for scientific research, as well as a wealth of expertise on the underlying genetic causes of the diseases. Industry should recognise patients as catalysts that can accelerate the successful development of novel therapies.
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